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helo
I am developing one mail client application.The target devices are NOKIA
60 series devices.I need to aceess device's native applications like
media player,picture viewer etc., to play the attachments... Is it
possible with J2ME?? How can I deveolpe my application supporting these
functionality?
plz help me....
Robin Mathews
 
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The simple answer is "no, you cannot". Some people have mentioned the approach to run a mini HTTP server on the phone that use Symbian C++ API to access native apps and have the J2ME app to connect to localhost to retrieve that info. It is possible but I have not tried it.
 
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Thank you michale
 
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